Today’s Featured (and FREE) Kindle Book:
Author: Ninie Hammon
A soldier returns to find his wife in his brother’s arms. And that’s not even the worst thing he’s come home to.
Just so you know going in—that dam holding back a 300-million-gallon lake on the mountainside above the little town of Saddler Hollow—that dam’s going to blow.
Grayson Addington comes home to Saddler Hollow, West Virginia, from Vietnam a broken man, ravaged by post traumatic stress syndrome, a chaplain who left his faith in the jungle mud with his massacred unit. His wife, Piper, doesn’t know her husband anymore. In his absence, she turned to his brother Carter for support. Now, she must choose between them—and Carter will stop at nothing to have her.
And into this family torn apart by jealousy, deceit and clan loyalties comes a mysterious little girl. Maggie, a battered child with amnesia, shows up on the Addington’s front porch and instantly bonds to Sadie, Piper and Grayson’s cripplingly shy toddler. When Maggie runs away and takes Sadie with her, the warring brothers must team up to search for them.
Is it possible that something more than chance brought the child called Maggie to this wounded family? And could it be that nothing less than destiny will be fulfilled by her single, courageous act of love?
From bestselling suspense author and award-winning journalist Ninie Hammon comes this spellbinding story of ordinary people whose tangled lives are marked by the specter of an impending disaster.
With its cast of rich, believable characters, ever-tightening tension and Hammon’s trademark dusting of “the unexplainable,” When Butterflies Cry will keep you turning pages far into the night.
Click here to pick up your free copy of When Butterflies Cry in the Amazon Kindle store.
About the Author:
I think I might be able to grab and hold your attention here if I set myself on fire.
That’s probably the only way, though, and since I’m neither that desperate for you to find out about my life nor that mentally unstable, I think I’ll pass.
In truth, my life isn’t really all that interesting. Which is OK because you buy my books to find out about my characters, not me. And my characters are interesting on steroids.
You can visit Ninie’s Amazon author page if you click here.
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